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PNS Daily Newscast - June 25, 2019 


Conditions reported to be so bad, 300 migrant children are moved from a Texas detention center. Also on our Tuesday rundown: Sen. Susan Collins gets a challenge from Maine's House Speaker. Plus, a bill in Congress points to the need for summer meals.

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Public News Service - CA: Civic Engagement

As California and the rest of the nation prepare to elect a new president, a man who claims he has proof that voter fraud was committed in the 2004 Ohio Presidential election says he fears a repeat this November. After spending three years investigating the election, Richard Hayes Phillips says he h

As the November election approaches, voting rights advocates say it is vital that California's county election offices allow for technical inspections of their electronic voting equipment. State law (California Election Code 15004) permits what it calls "accredited observers" to review machines and

Los Angeles, CA - The big winner in last week's California primary may have been - the environment. Conservation groups say, for the most part, California voters elected candidates who have what they believe are the best environmental policies. They also defeated a proposition that could have create

The number or registered California voters now exceeds 16 million, but only a fraction are expected to vote in Tuesday's primary because it's the first California primary since World War II without a gubernatorial or presidential race, and most media and other attention has been focused on November'

Anaheim, CA - Next week, Californians will vote on the use of eminent domain, a government's power to take private property for public purposes. Two opposing ballot measures, Propositions 98 and 99, would restrict eminent domain in the state - but that's where the similarities end. Supporters of Pr

San Francisco, CA - Looking toward today's New Hampshire primary election, some West Coast members of the healthcare workers' union SEIU spent their holiday season on the East Coast. They were going door to door pushing for health care reform. Stephanie Switzer left her home in northern California

Sacramento, CA – With the California Primary less than three months away, voters are trying to understand where candidates stand on hot-button issues, including abortion and immigration. But if a presidential candidate is asked directly about such issues, it's not likely they will answer. That

In the game of keeping government secrets "secret," a new report finds the government is winning. The report examines the complex system used by state and local governments to keep information from public view, versus information attained through Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests. It conclu

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